We’re sharing some of our favorite free sewing projects for the holidays each Friday until the end of the year – from decorations to deck the halls to quick gifts for loved ones. This week we’re sharing some of our favorite wearable projects for the holidays – perfect for giving as gifts or for making yourself some wearable holiday cheer. Click back to see our favorite Deck The Halls For The Holidays projects, and our top quilted and Pieced For The Holidays projects.
Stitch up a classy and comfy scarf from your favorite designer cotton prints with Sachiko’s DIY from Tea Rose Home. Get the Five Fat Quarter Scarf tutorial right here. Sew one up for yourself in your favorite print, or select holiday themed fabric for a festive addition to your winter wardrobe.
Make a whole wardrobe of winter hats with Martha Stewart’s Fleece Hat How-To. Get the instructions for making any one of these five fleece winter hats from Martha Stewart’s How-To Fleece Hats.
These mittens will keep your hands cozy and stylish, and flip out of the way when you need your fingers to use your touch phone, keys, etc. It’s a perfect (and clever!) opportunity to reclaim an old sweater or knit garment. Keep your fingers happy this winter with Stacy Schlyer’s tutorial for Convertible Mittens.
What could be cozier on Christmas day than a pair of handmade slippers? This is another great project from Jaime, one of the gals at Prudent Baby. Get Jaime’s Fabric Slipper how-to with pattern from Prudent Baby.
What’s fun about fleece is the tremendous amount of colors and prints available – all the better to make yourself (or a friend) a custom cozy capelet with this Cowl Capelet Pattern and video tutorial from Fleece Fun.
Do you have a favorite free winter wearable sewing project or tutorial that we didn’t mention? We’d love to see it, why not share a link for us in a comment!
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Thanks for mentioning on of my free patterns! By the way all of my sewing projects I sew on my Bernina that I’ve had since I was 15! =)